First we hit Gas Works Park, an amazing public space that has a little bit of everything. This park is very unique. This will be our first location and it's a great place to get students comfortable with sketching in
|Ron Stocke sketching at Gas Works Park in February.|
|Derek Gundy finds an interesting structure to sketch beneath.|
The skyline of Seattle is visible from most parts of the park, and it makes both a dramatic backdrop and an exciting main subject for drawing & painting.
|Seattle Skyline as seen from Gas Works Park|
|Remnants of the coal gasification plant.|
|Perhaps this is an air intake? I have no idea. Cool though!|
|The Lenin Statue makes a great meeting place in the heart of Fremont.|
Table and chairs will be a great place to gather for a
final discussion at the end of the day.
|You can make sketching into rocket science if you want....|
|On the bridge, looking at the other bridge...great colors & structure.|
Tuition for a single workshop is $85. If you wish to register for all 3 workshops, you'll receive a special package price that gives you a $10 discount per workshop. Plus, Ron & Derek give you a FREE 9x9 Bee Paper Super Deluxe Sketchbook and a FREE Micron pen with your first class.
Visit SketchSeattle.com for more information on this and other workshops. We are very excited for summer, and we look forward to seeing you in the classes!
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